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Shaping an Academic Belonging: The Interloper Syndrome by Gender and Class

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This chapter begins with an account of my family of origin, what I am and where I came from. As the only child from a feminist home, perhaps I was born with tainted blood because I had feminism in my genes.

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Bagilhole, B. (2013). Shaping an Academic Belonging: The Interloper Syndrome by Gender and Class. In: Bagilhole, B., White, K. (eds) Generation and Gender in Academia. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137269171_3

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